Manufacturer: AVerMedia Technologies Inc.
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 274.41 KB
Operating System: Windows NT, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows Server
Latest Version / Release Date: 220.127.116.11 / 07/27/2004
The AVerMedia MPEG Crossbar (88x) is essentially a component of a TV tuner and capture card that supports the MPEG standards. In this context the device driver allows the supported hardware component to implement digital audio and video compression specifications based on the MPEG format. The recording functionality provided by the device driver and its associated hardware component may also utilize this media file format when storing recorded multimedia streams into the local hard drive. The default media player program of the host computer system requires the corresponding codec file to successfully playback the recorded media. Normally the installation of the proper device driver would also extract a corresponding codec into the host computer system. The functionality of this component can be viewed as a type of switch that is responsible for the flow of data between interconnected devices. The device driver supports both fixed and variable paths that are used by the data.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The AVerMedia MPEG Crossbar (88x) and its corresponding device driver basically facilitates the routing of both video and audio streams. The device driver provides the computer user with access to the different attributes associated with this component. The properties can assist the computer user to troubleshoot problems with audio and video streaming. By changing the default values of some of the crossbar properties the computer user may successfully resolve display and audio issues. The implementation of the AVerMedia MPEG Crossbar (88x) with the proper device driver allows for the connection of the inputs on the TV capture card to the output pins of the capture filter. This functionality allows the computer user to switch among different supported input modes. On a TV capture card normally the computer user has the option of receiving video signals from conventional television, S-Video, or RCA connections. The device driver helps in the process of activating the proper input mode. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and AVerMedia MPEG Crossbar (88x) errors before installing any driver updates.